Accredited electric vehicle testing laboratory
As the global demand for innovation in electric vehicles (EV) continues to grow the need for qualified testing of lithium-ion batteries to power electric vehicles also continues to grow. The large electric motors in electric vehicles are powered through rechargeable battery systems and lithium-ion batteries have become the dominant choice.
Ensuring the safety of lithium-ion batteries requires thorough and accurate testing. Electrical, mechanical and environmental testing is conducted to mirror temperature, humidity, vibration and other real-world conditions.
TÜV SÜD’s electric vehicle lithium-ion battery testing and certification services ensure your batteries, cells, chargers and electrical components for use in automotive applications meet global safety requirements for all major manufacturer and industry certifications quickly, safely and confidently:
TÜV SÜD’s automotive EMC labs are accredited to ISO 17025 and can help ensure your automotive electrical/electronic systems and sub-assemblies comply with global OEM and industry EMC standards.
TÜV SÜD's automotive environmental labs are accredited to A2L.
TÜV SÜD is an accredited National Certification Body (NCB) and CB Test Lab (CBTL) and can provide a CB Test Report and CB Test Certificate.
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TÜV SÜD’s comprehensive testing and certification services ensure you comply with all major industry standards. Our global network of testing labs and industry experts use the latest industry methods to support all necessary OEM Design Verification Plan and Report (DVP&R) requirements for materials, durability, shock & vibration, electrical, and EMC performance testing. TÜV SÜD is your single source for testing and certification services that will accelerate your time to global markets.
In addition to meeting OEM requirements for automotive component testing and compliance automotive testing ensures maximum safety for customers and protects brand reputation protection. Product testing can provide early detection of faults, enabling manufacturers to improve products and secure their reputation as a provider of quality components.
Learn more about the current technologies
Ensure faster and more accurate safety assessments already during development.
Find out the gaps in current lithium-ion EV battery standards and how different test methodologies impact safety performance results
Outlines Lithium battery testing required under UN/DOT 38.3.
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